Leigh Ann Luck Biography — Wiki
Leigh Ann Luck is identified as the vocal Trump supporter who dressed up as the Statue of Liberty as she shouted in protest against Biden’s victory outside the chaos in the capitol The National Guard was deployed to help police enforce a 6 pm curfew in DC. Hundreds of protesters remained on the Capitol grounds after the curfew went into effect and Mayor Muriel Bowser refused to say if violators would be arrested.
Leigh Ann Luck Age
Leigh Ann Luck’s age is still unknown. However, she is pretty old.
Leigh Ann Luck: What we know so far
Earlier in the evening, President-elect Joe Biden called for the ‘mob to pull back’ and said the uprising bordered on sedition. Trump – after remaining silent for much of the afternoon – posted a video telling his ‘very special’ supporters inside the Capitol that he loves them and understands their pain but urged them ‘to go home’.
Beautiful fairy MAGA princess, Leigh Ann Luck, looks how we all feel. pic.twitter.com/Z5CVHUE2sp
— Cheezus (@Cheezuz_) January 7, 2021
He had initially encouraged his supporters to march to the Capitol after a rally earlier in the afternoon before asking them only to remain peaceful when violence broke out.
The Capitol was briefly secured before being placed on lockdown again at around 6.45 pm due to an ‘internal security threat’ after an officer was reportedly found unconscious. Anyone inside a building at the Capitol complex was instructed to take cover in an office with doors locked.
But just before 8 pm lawmakers who had been whisked to safety when the siege kicked off began arriving back at the Capitol to resume the Joint Session to certify the Electoral College count of the presidential election.
The lawmakers were seen flanked by armed guards as they made their way into the Capitol. A spokesperson for Vice President Mike Pence, who is presiding over the Joint Session, said he was already in the building because he’d never left. The crowd of Trump supporters at the Capitol also included adherents of the ‘Grouper Army,’ a loose network of white supremacists that includes ‘America First’ podcaster Nick Fuentes.
Jonathan Greenblatt, CEO of the Anti-Defamation League, said the mob´s actions were ‘clearly consistent’ with the conspiratorial rhetoric of QAnon, the baseless belief that Trump has been secretly fighting deep state enemies and a cabal of Satan-worshipping cannibals operating a child sex trafficking ring.